Derby and Derbyshire mobile speed camera locations for Easter …
CREST has revealed 20 locations where mobile speed cameras will be operating across Derbyshire over the Easter weekend and the rest of this month. The list showing where speed-monitoring vans may be found in April 2023 has been published by the Casualty Reduction Enforcement Support Team.
Derby routes in the city suburbs of Alvaston, Chaddesden and Sinfin feature this month. The wider county locations this time around include routes in Belper, Bolsover and Killamarsh.
CREST says it publicises the information in a bid to reduce the number of people killed and seriously injured on Derbyshire’s roads. A spokesperson for CREST said: “Please be aware that we will be at other locations across Derbyshire. Remember, we can’t be everywhere, but we will be somewhere.
“Drive slowly, carefully, to the speed limit and weather conditions for the protection of yourself and other road users.” Please note that the locations listed below are subject to change.
Derbyshire mobile speed camera locations for April 2023:
- A624 Chapel Road, Hayfield
- Chesterfield Road, Duckmanton
- Wragley Way, Sinfin
- Main Street, Ticknall
- Spencer Road, Belper
- A6 Dale Road North, Darley Dale
- Welbeck Road, Bolsover
- Eversleigh Rise, Darley Bridge
- A511 Harvey Road, Alvaston
- Max Road, Chaddesden
- Calow Lane, Calow
- Denby Common, Denby Village
- Old Road, Brampton
- Rotherham Road, Killamarsh
- Draycott Road, Borrowash
- Nottingham Road, Chaddesden
- A6096 Ladywood Road, Kirk Hallam
- Brierfield Way, Mickleover
- Main Road, Bradwell
- A626 Marple Road, Charlesworth
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- ^ speed-monitoring vans may be found (www.derbytelegraph.co.uk)
- ^ Casualty Reduction Enforcement Support Team (www.derbytelegraph.co.uk)
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